Fox Linton is a well-recognized name in the interior-design world. Directed by Dennis Irvine since 2000, the studio remains to grow with a core team of 20 specialists at its W1 design studio. The studio works over a wide spectrum of functions, from high-end private homes to placed hotel brands such as the Coworth Park, Dorchester Collection, and Raffles. Its trademark is innovation, faultless detailing, and original design.
The elegant Coworth Park is everything you would foresee from a luxury hotel and more. This 70 room country house hotel and spa are set in 240 acres of scenic Berkshire parkland just 45 minutes from central London.
Coworth Park property also incorporates an award-winning eco-luxury Spa with indoor pool, and three restaurants including the Spatisserie, relaxed dining in The Barn and fine-dining at Restaurant Coworth Park.
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For the ultimate getaway at Coworth Park opt for very best of the 16 suites available, The Dower House. A charming, private three-bedroom house built in 1775 it has its own dining room, lounge, kitchen, snug and a secluded garden with its own river running within. The interior of this deluxe suite is furnished by Fox Linton Associates.
Dorchester Collection’s idea for Coworth Park was to design the finest country house hotel and spa in the UK with a design and decor that recognized Coworth’s roots and yet dodged the anticipated country house clichés. Fox Linton Associates completed the interior concept, taking influence from modern day family run private English country estate properties.
Simplistic elegance and incredible amenities are the key details emphasized everywhere in the design plan, building a carefree and informal atmosphere. Conceding a British tradition of craftsmanship, the furnishings, fittings, and art throughout Coworth Park are essentially British-made.
The flooring is of English smoked oak decorated with stunning bespoke rugs, and the textiles used throughout the interior incorporate fur, cashmere, mohair, and linen. Natural colors and dusky colors dominate the color scheme to introduce a style that is undeniably English, just like the hotel itself – detailed, understated and classic.
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